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Rule of 15:4

From: Victor
Sent on: Friday, December 10, 2010 11:03 AM
Because one of major missions in this group is to
learn Korean, I'd like to share some good sentences
in bilingual.
Any questions and comments are always welcome.

Rule of 15:4

Spending fifteen minutes thinking about
what you are going to do before you start will
save four hours of wasted time later on.
Any individual who has thought through her workday,
set priorities, and organized the days? tasks is
likely to accomplish far more than someone who
randomly moves through the day.

James W. Botkin

15:4의 법칙

시작하기 전에 15분 동안 무엇을 할 것인지 생각하면,
나중에 4시간을 절약할 수 있다.
미리 하루의 일을 생각해서, 우선순위를 정하고
하루의 업무를 조직화한 사람은 생각 없이 하루를
보내는 사람들보다 성공할 가능성이 훨씬 높다.

제임스 보트킨

단어 (vocabulary)

법칙 = rule
시작 = starting
절약 = savings
미리 = beforehand
하루 = one day
우선순위 = priority
조직화 = organizing
성공 = success
가능성 = probability/potential

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